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Zach Winter Hall, American former scientist and research administrator. Recipient Purkynje medal for science achievement, Czech Academy of Sciences, 2003. Fellow American Association for the Advancement of Science; member American Academy Arts and Sciences, Institute Medicine.


Hall, Zach Winter was born on September 15, 1937 in Atlanta. Son of Dixon Winter and Marjorie Elizabeth (Owens) Hall.


Bachelor, Yale University, 1958;Doctor of Philosophy, Harvard University, 1966.


Assistant professor, then associate professor Harvard Medical School, Boston, 1968-1976. Professor University California, San Francisco, 1976-1994. Director National Institute Neurological Disorders and Stroke, Bethesda, Maryland, 1994-1997.

Associate dean for research University California, San Francisco, 1997-1998, vice chancellor research, 1998-2000, executive vice chancellor, 2000—2001. President, Chief Executive Officer EnVivo Pharmaceuticals, Inc., 2001—2002. Senior associate dean for research Keck School Medicine, University Southern California, 2002—2005.

President California Institute Regenerative Medicine, 2005—2007. Medical Advisory Board, Chevy Chase, Maryland, 1995-1999, Howard Hughes Medical Institute. Alexander Forbes lecturer Grass Foundation, 1994.

David Nachmanson lecturer Weizmann Institute, Rehovath, Israel, 1996. Advisory council Rikagaku Kenkyūsho Institute, Tokyo, since 2001.


Fellow American Association for the Advancement of Science. Member American Academy Arts and Sciences, Institute Medicine.


Married Anne Browning, June 1958 (divorced August 1960). Married Marion Nestle, December 1973 (divorced June 1985). Married Julie Ann Giacobassi, November 9, 1987.